Jim Lloyd talks to guest Shirley Collins , a leading figure in the folk revival, about her forthcoming series of archive features for Folk on 2, and also reflects on the folk scene, past, present and future. Also Battlefield Band
Producer JOHN uorrison (Repeated; Wed 1.0 om)
The Stutx Bear Cats, Chris, Jane, Nick and Sue, Invite you to step aboard their express show for half-an-hour of non-stop music and comedy with guests - Adrian Walsh and Chester Harriott Musical director ROY HILTON
Producer mi it CRAIG BBC Manchester
9.57 Sports Desk
Chairman Shaw Taylor asks Sandra Dickinson Matthew Kelly and Fred Housego to give their verdicts on some tricky law cases with Steve Hodson and Miranda Forbes
Devised and written by Brad Ashton
Producer Jan Ravens
10.30 Soccer Desk
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